Wild Bill’s Nostalgia in Middletown Closing

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NBCConnecticut.com

Wild Bill's Nostalgia, a fixture in Middletown, is closing, the company announced on its Facebook page.

The shop was the dream of Bill Ziegler, who was known as "Wild Bill." It has been described as a place "to celebrate a retro amusement experience for the entire family with an interesting 'twist' to offer affordable fun and memories."

The nostalgia shop features retro collectibles, like show-print posters, antiques, toys, vinyl records, vintage clothing and other knick-knacks.

Bill Ziegler died in 2017 at the age of 70 and a post on the company’s Facebook page says Ziegler’s dream is bigger than the family can accomplish.

“It saddens us to the core, but the final curtain call looms on the very near horizon.

The legendary, Wild Bills Nostalgia, will be closing its doors forever in the coming weeks,” the post goes on to say.

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